Huawei Mate 20 Pro appears set to take the triple-camera system present on the P20 Pro
Huawei Mate 20 Pro is highly-anticipated and is expected to build upon everything the critically-acclaimed P20 Pro did right when it released earlier this year.
P20 Pro touted a number of flagship specifications but its triple-camera setup stole the show.
In addition to being visually striking, the camera array was also extremely capable and produced snaps with clarity and detail, even in low-light conditions.
That means the Mate 20 Pro has a score of expectation Huawei will want to exceed.
Numerous leaks appear to have plagued the Mate 20 Pro ahead of its launch though, offering a potential insight into the features Android fans can expect to be showcased on October 16.
With that said, here are five things you should know about Huawei’s forthcoming flagship.
Taking the best feature from the hugely-popular P20 Pro
Huawei Mate 20 Pro appears set to take the triple-camera system present on the P20 Pro.
However, it appears the positioning of the modules will be altered.
That is because alleged units of the Mate 20 Pro that have been spotted in the wild have shown three lenses and a flash housed in a square shaped accent sitting in the middle of the phone.
Such a design choice would mark a drastic move away from the P20 Pro that stacked its camera system vertically.
Huawei have also added further fuel to such claims with the Chinese firm releasing a teaser for the product that had the words “this is Mate” inside a very similar shape to the claimed camera module location.
If the Mate 20 Pro does have the same system as the P20 Pro, that means the new flagship would tout a main, telephoto and monochrome sensor.
However, it is currently unknown if Huawei is planning to improve the camera system either by making the hardware itself more robust or by adding new software tricks.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro will be unveiled on Tuesday, October 16
Huawei could deliver its biggest display yet
Huawei P20 Pro offered a gorgeous viewing experience to anyone that picked up the device.
The offering came with a 6.1-inch AMOLED display at a 1080p resolution.
Moreover it had a density of 408 pixels-per-inch.
But it appears the Mate 20 Pro could offer a substantial upgrade in this department when it is released.
South Korean outlet, The Bell, reported earlier this year the Mate 20 Pro could arrive with a gargantuan 6.9-inch display.
It added the huge panel would also be AMOLED.
The Mate 20 Pro’s display has also been shown featuring curved edges in supposed leaked images of the product.
Performance is being taken to the next level
Huawei has made no secret of informing its growing customer base the Mate 20 Pro will be powered by its latest and greatest Kirin 980 processor.
The firm showed off the new technology at the Germany technology show IFA 2018 and was eager to claim it was more powerful than Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 processor.
The Snapdragon 845 made its debut in the Galaxy S9 and S9+ at the start of the year and has since appeared in the likes of the OnePlus 6, LG G7 ThinQ, Galaxy Note 9 and many more.
The Kirin 980 is built using a 7nanometre process the firm insists allows for greatly-improved performance when compared to the Kirin 970 that powered the P20 Pro.
During the unveiling of the iPhone Xs and Xs Max back in September Apple echoed similar claims about the 7nanometre process used for its A12 Bionic processor.
Huawei have also used the slogan “a higher intelligence is coming” with the letters “A” and “I” being highlighted, suggested artificial intelligence could be heightened by the new chip overall.
The Mate 20 Pro will be powered by Huawei’s new Kirin 980 processor
Wireless charging as it has never been done before
Huawei Mate 20 Pro is presumed to feature wireless charging capabilities but it appears the device could also be capable of charging other hardware too.
WinFuture recently showed alleged press images of a Mate 20 Pro with new wireless headphones the publication insisted were called “Freebuds”.
The headphones were pictures in a mobile charging case that looked similar to that offered with Apple’s popular AirPods.
However, the leak suggested the case for the Freebuds could be placed on the rear of the Mate 20 Pro for charging.
If such a feature is legitimate it could allow for the Mate 20 Pro to not only receive juice wirelessly, but also to deal it out too.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro is presumed to feature wireless charging capabilities
Matching the OnePlus 6T’s best feature
Marketing material for the Huawei Mate 20 Pro appeared to leak ahead of the phone’s official debut and hints the new flagship could feature a new unlocking method.
That is because a picture seemingly showing the device with the words “in-screen fingerprint” was shown, suggesting the Mate 20 Pro could position its reader under its display.
Such suggestions were seemingly echoed by a recent image uploaded by notable leaker Evan Blass that showed a fingerprint icon on a claimed Mate 20 Pro’s screen.
If Huawei does decide to add the technology to its device, it would take from the OnePlus 6T’s headline feature.
OnePlus has already confirmed its next flagship will have a futuristic reader.